I may have told you thins last year, anyway, they sprout up in odd places here, unlike New York, where I only saw them in gardens. A nearby old rail bed was full of them, in many colors, and I loved walking there until someone came along and got every last one of them out. So irritating! I know they can be a nuisance, but I like them. Looking up at them, like in your view, is always so nice.
Disused railway tracks are a common source here too, mostly purple or white. Of course, in the garden they planted to attract butterflies and bees.
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